A Polish plastics processing group has secured a permission to expand its production facility in the Euro-Park Mielec special economic zone, in southern Poland. The firm is to invest about PLN 7.5m (€1.8m) at the factory.
The project was announced by the state-run Industrial Development Agency (ARP) which awarded the permission to the Group.
The investment will increase the plant’s current workforce by a further 10 employees, the ARP said in a statement. The time schedule for completing the project was not disclosed.
Among others, the project will enable the Group to fit the plant with new machinery, including injection moulding machines, assembly lines and other equipment.
The Group specializes in plastics processing and production of injection moulding.
The company supplies its output to numerous companies active in the automotive, construction, home appliances, electronics, construction, food, toy and other industries, according to data from the firm. The Group makes its output with the use of PA6, POM, ABS, PP, PS, PC, PBT and other plastics.
Established in 1968, the company is a family business. The company says its current production facility was launched in 2008, and it is ISO 9001 and TS 16949 certified. The factory is fitted with injection moulding machines enabled with a clamping force of between 80 and 530 tonnes.
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